Wholesale CBD Flower
What are CBD flowers?
CBD flowers are commonly referred to as CBD buds. They are extracted from the female hemp plant and are often mistakenly identified as Cannabis or Hemp. Although the CBD flower has a similar appearance to those two plants, it has a totally different effect on the body of the person/people consuming it. The main difference is that CBD flowers can’t get you high, but we’ll come back to that shortly…
There is an exciting, new culture in the UK and throughout Europe surrounding CBD. It’s a long-awaited beacon for all those who were patient and willing enough to wait for a legal alternative to cannabis and hemp - we do not condone the use of illegal substances, for any reason aside from circumstances that involve the substances being medically prescribed by a GP, Doctor or equivalent medical professionals.
Like many of you, we were thrilled when CBD started to pick up speed in its overall popularity and media coverage, as a legal alternative to hemp and cannabis. It is now well documented that you can receive most, if not all, of the positive effects associated with hemp/cannabis consumption but without the illegal high, provided by the plant element known as THC.
CBD is the best of both worlds. It is produced in a way that allows it to maintain the good properties and eradicate the bad ones. CBD flowers are simply one type of CBD product available on the market, and they are one of many types of CBD products we have available for wholesale purchase, here at Multi-i.
Are CBD Flowers Legal in The UK?
According to statistics, over six million people in the UK have tried cannabidiol (CBD). The number is on a steady rise. But are CBD flowers legal in the UK? This is among the most confusing aspects to key players in the industry, including vendors and consumers.
UK Laws on CBD Flowers
It is generally accepted that CBD and its products are legal in the UK because they contain less than 0.2% THC. But there is actually more to this than meets the eye.
The truth of the matter is that, as per the UK laws, CBD flowers remain illegal under the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1971. According to this act, cannabis, a category that comprises CBD flowers, hash, buds, and resin, remains a controlled drug as they contain THC and CBN. It is illegal to cultivate cannabis or own any part of the cannabis plant.
CBD for Medicinal Purposes
But the MHRA (Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency), in 2016, announced that citizens could use products containing cannabidiol (CBD) for medicinal purposes. This is as long as the THC levels are untraceable, below 0.2%.
Unfortunately, some CBD flower distributors, knowingly or unknowingly, lure customers into buying products that don't adhere to the 0.2% THC limit. According to a recent study by the UK Centre of Medical Cannabis, over 38% of CBD samples on the market contained less than 50% of the CBD advertised. From this, many CBD products may exceed the THC limit. That means that some CBD products are illegal.
Industrial Hemp Farming
For the record, the UK government allows industrial hemp farming for manufacturing purposes. It is possible to grow hemp and harvest stalks, stems, and seeds for manufacturing purposes with a permit. But then, the law is unambiguous for CBD producers. Harvesting the hemp flowers to manufacture CBD hemp oil is illegal. That's why hemp flowers in the UK are destroyed after the stalks, stems, and seeds are extracted.
How To Use CBD Flower?
Smoke – CBD Flowers can be smoked in the same ways as marijuana. It’s arguably the easiest option when it comes to consuming CBD buds, although it may not be the healthiest option.
Vape – Arguably the best way to consume CBD buds is to vape them. Vaping is much less damaging for your lungs than smoke, which is why there has been an explosion in the popularity of vaping over the past 2 decades.
Additionally, the vapors that are inhaled contain no more or less CBD content than what would have been inhaled upon smoking it instead. This makes vaping CBD the preferred option for those concerned about the effects of smoking.
Eat – Similar to how one might bake brownies with other substances, the same methodology applies here. In order to activate the CBD and its renowned qualities, the process of cooking or baking the food with CBD must have reached the necessary temperatures. Otherwise, you’re just eating CBD plants without activating its cannabinoids.
Can you buy CBD Flowers Online?
The Food Standards Agency has set regulations surrounding CBD flower/buds, but we here at Multi-i are fully compliant and have taken every precaution to allow us to continue providing a great product that remains well within the laws and regulations.
As previously mentioned, it is advised that you purchase any CBD flowers from a reliable, trusted CBD flower distributor. It is difficult, here in the UK, to find a great CBD flower supplier, but we here at Multi-i are a CBD flower wholesaler, determined to offer the best quality CBD flower and the best service to our customers.
How to buy CBD flowers Wholesale?
In order to purchase Wholesale CBD Flowers, then you don't need to look any further than this very website. As a CBD flower wholesaler, we pride ourselves on delivering a premium service to our customers, who deserve nothing but the best.
Indeed, the law on CBD is unclear. On the one hand, the regulations prohibit buying, selling, and owning CBD products. On the other hand, using CBD products for medicinal purposes is allowed, as long as the THC levels are within the set EU limits, less than 0.2%.
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